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The Wicked Awesome City Guide To Boston

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I just realized I hadn’t visited Boston, EVER, and decided I had to go! Boston did not disappoint. The only thing I wish I would’ve had more of is that wicked awesome accent. We had the most amazing time in Boston. That city has so much to offer.

Check out our wicked awesome guide to Boston!

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Where To Stay

We stayed at Aloft Seaport which was a pretty great central location to everything we did. The South End is also a great place to stay because there are so many restaurants in walking distance.

Read More: Our stay at Aloft Seaport

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Where To Eat

Woah the food in Boston is amazing! I’m kind of obsessed. Make sure to check out our full foodie tour of Boston but you’re definitely going to want to check out Empire for dinner. I’d recommend the Corn Rangoons because they’re homemade flakey pieces of goodness! Bostonia Public House for their lobster everything! The Beehive for the atmosphere because the vibe there is so dope! Get the deviled eggs for sure! Oh and you have to try Antico Forno because it’s the real deal authentic Italian!

Read More: A Foodies Guide to Boston



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What To Do

You can’t go wrong in Boston. There is so much to see and do and every little area is cuter and more historic than the next. Touring the Sam Adams brewery is a must. I could have spent all day there. If you or your partner or your kids are baseball fans I’d definitely hit up Fenway Park to take a tour or go to a game. It’s the oldest stadium in the history of MLB. There is so much history there still to this day and I geek out over stuff like that. We got to sit on the Green Monster and it was epic!

Head to the South End of Boston or Beacon Hill to check out the different neighborhoods and walk around exploring. You can even go zip lining with Greenway Zipline. If you want to get out on the water check out Boston Harbor Cruises. You can head out on a fun speed boat ride or go whale watching! We went whale watching and were able to see two whales on our trip. It was such a cool experience and something I’d never done before!

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All photos by Jennifer Oetting Photography

 

If Boston isn’t on your travel list you need to add it now! I can’t wait to head back!

 

 




 

Have you been to Boston? What’s your favorite thing to do? What do we need to do on our next visit? Let us know in the comments below!

 


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Read Next

The Foodies Guide to Boston

Our Stay at Aloft Boston Seaport

20 Photos To Inspire You To Visit Boston 

 

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